As an ordained Interfaith minister and spiritual counselor I’m called to work psychedelics on spiritual and religious levels. Thanks to my Interfaith background I’m comfortable meeting clients with the language that their hearts are speaking and longing for regardless of their spiritual (or non-spiritual) background. It’s my belief that psychedelics can offer us access to the spiritual dimension of our lives in a deeply profound way and when connected with ceremony or ritual can imbue life with vast meaning.
In a very real sense I feel it’s my life’s work to bridge the spiritual world with the psychedelic world. I’ve worked to bring psychedelic experiences to several religious communities over the years and have found psychedelics to be at the core of my own spiritual path. Psychedelics in a ritual ceremonial context started my spiritual journey, sustained my spiritual journey, and continue to help me deepen and develop my spiritual journey. Building relationships with these powerful medicines has helped me develop my relationship to my own soul and ancestors. It’s my personal belief that our ancestral wisdom traditions (religions) offer us the greatest integration tools for psychedelic experiences, and so they are made for one another.
I believe, each psychedelic experience is an invitation to create a new story of being and, in that sense, each journey has the potential to be a miracle.
Somatic cannabis training
Jewish spirituality, DMT, spiritual seeking, rights of passage